Category Archives: U.S. Constitution

As anti-free speech forces dominate Berkeley, FBI report on spies forgotten

In 2011 the FBI released a report revealing concerns about what the public calls “spies” at US universities. Few in media paid it attention. Now as Berkeley and other campuses thrive with an anti-American clampdown on speech encouraged by the … Continue reading

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Will leftstream media dismiss the latest Rice scandal despite her handy list?

Despite contradicting herself again, Susan Rice, former national security adviser to former president Barack Obama, hasn’t drawn gotcha questions from leftstream (formerly ‘mainstream’) media. Rice is at the center of a major controversy on the level of the Watergate scandal. … Continue reading

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OCC cancels suspension of student who filmed instructor’s anti-Trump tirade

Orange Coast College (Costa Mesa, CA) has canceled the suspension of Caleb O’Neil who filmed an instructor’s bizarre tirade against President Donald Trump. O’Neil told media he was concerned about “repercussions” affecting his grades. The instructor, Olga Perez Stable Cox, said … Continue reading

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Milo drives attention for Maher as journo who sparked nun cancellation withdraws

If ever a human being was the poster child for provocateur, that would be Milo Yiannopoulos. Known simply as Milo to both his supporters and detractors, he is the sort of person who, when given a stage, is impossible to … Continue reading

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Amid political assault, OC college student figuratively gagged by biased instructor

Imagine sitting in a college classroom and hearing an instructor bash the US president you voted for as the product of an “act of terrorism.” Then imagine that same instructor, in the vein of Chairman Mao, telling students who supported … Continue reading

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Mexico presidential wannabe to head to US and wave giant double standard

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador will head to the United States soon with one thing on his mind. President Elect Donald Trump. Lopez Obrador apparently will seek votes from citizens of Mexico who live in the United States. He is the … Continue reading

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Booker, Warren likely have eye on White House 2020

You don’t have to look hard to find two senators, Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), in the media spotlight these days.  New York’s US senator Chuck Schumer (D) is in the media a lot too, but he’s always … Continue reading

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